Ruislip High alumni attend Careers Fair

Students from Years 11 - 13 took part in our annual Careers Fair in the man hall on Thursday 6th February. The school hosted volunteers from a variety of different companies, further education providers, and independent careers advisors. Students had time to be able to talk to all of the volunteers and gain a better understanding of the wide range of opportunities available to them. 

Organiser Ms Brown said, “It was great to see a number of former students also in attendance, who were able to offer advice for our current students, including having a back-up plan and how to follow their passion.” 

Year 9 and 10 students were also able to attend the Careers Fair during their break time, and many students took up this opportunity. They were able to ask a variety of questions, while collecting a lot of free stationery! 

Students in Year 7 had a taste of the real world when they took part in Natwest MoneySense Workshops on Wednesday 5th Feb. They worked in groups to research and present a fully costed mobile phone plan for a mobile of their choice. It was clear that students got a lot out of the workshops, developing their investigating, budgeting and decision-making skills. Some students even extending their knowledge of how phones work. This including learning about micro-SD cards and what a megapixel is. They also heard about the difference between 3G and 4G technology. 

Calling all former students

If you’re a former student of Ruislip High School, we want to hear from you!

Your experiences since leaving could help to motivate and inspire our current students to feel more confident in making decisions about their future. We’d love you to join our alumni network and stay connected with the school.

We’ve partnered with the national education charity Future First, who specialise in helping schools like ours to stay connected with their former students. 

You can choose how and when you help – perhaps you can act as a career and education role model, provide work experience, become a mentor in person or online, or help with donations, fundraising or even apply to become a governor. 

It doesn’t matter when you left us, whether you’re in further education or employment, whether you still live nearby or have moved further away, there are still ways you can help. In order to sign up, just follow this link and fill in the online form – it will only take a couple of minutes.